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FOX
Sep 14, 2012 5:00pm EDT
people vandalizing their speed they're... adding cameras... to... watch over... the cameras! county's... had... at least... six... vandalized... in recent months..../ so ... to... end this problem - // they've... added... a... security camera... on... top of a speed camera... in bowie...///.the... plan... is to add... about a dozen... more ...by the end of the year! 0055 what thaa does is it photographs down at the base of the camera just to number one, record any activity of someone who may try to tamper with the camera and number two, try to dissuade someone from maybe doing that kind of thing 08 later at 5:30... we talk to officials in our area on whether thhy are considering following p-g county's lead. but first... here's... our question of the day. is... it... a... good idea... to install... security cameras... to monitor speed cameras? &p3&p go... to...- baltimore dot com .../ tell us... what you think.../. sound... off... thru... facebook.../. send... us... a tweet.. at foxbaltimore.../. text... your answer to .
NBC
Sep 14, 2012 6:00pm EDT
with a unique way to deter speed camera vandalism, installing surveillance cameras to monitor the speed cameras. baltimore county has also had its share of speed camera vandalism. david collins asked what police think that prince george's county is on to something? what is up? >> baltimore county police do not think the problem is severe enough to attach surveillance cameras to these, and unlike prince george's, baltimore county does not have to pay the cost of repair or replacement. the irony is inescapable. cars with an eye on race track road prompted police to had a portable speed camera in the woods. to deter vandalism, police installed a camera to watch over the speed camera and have plans to install a dozen more by the end of the year because six have been damaged since april. and it is a good idea. it slows them down, especially from the college over here. they fly through here. >> sam hale lives across the street from the camera. he is not bothered by the big brother feel of it. >> you don't think it is a little much to put a camera on a camera, or do you think it is just a fact of life
FOX
Sep 14, 2012 4:25am EDT
the field. >>> this is just what we need along our roadways, more cameras. >> they are everywhere. up next, these cameras report watching our cars though. they are actually watching the speed cameras. we'll explain what is behind this coming up next. plus, we have a live look at the traffic through our cameras.  >>> welcome back. we are following breaking news right now. the pursuit of a suspect who is believed to have ramed a prince george's county sheriff's cruiser. this happened on route 50 in bowie shortly before 4:00 this morning. >> authorities are pursuing the suspect's vehicle on central avenue, also 301, 202 and enterprise road. this is something to watch out for if you are on the roads early this morning. we'll archbishop you more detail as they become available. -- we'll bring you more details as they become available. >> take a live look at the washington monument and we can see it nice and clearly through our cameras right now. temperatures feeling pretty nice out there. it feels nice, tucker. >> yeah, mid-60s here in the city. clear skies and another gr
FOX
Sep 14, 2012 10:00pm EDT
, idea,110 i guess it's a good woman from wttg pkg cameras. cameras.watching and cameras f. forecast.skywatch a big change why we could see for the weekend. great weather come under embassies have where more u-s violence.somber moments has been named as surprised about they aren'' why neighbors say peppers and it was" was"wife i hope its not the " i remember telling my pikesville couple. murder of a break in the investigators get of speed cameras. stop the vandalism step to try to taking an extra hello... i'm... eff barnd. barnd. and i'm karen parks.police say they have their suspect in a double murder that left an elderly pikesville couple dead. dead.it's... the couple's... grandson. live.../ in... pikesville.../// janice.../ police found... the... grandson ... halfway... across the country, ...in a hospital. hospital.jeff and karen,very strange circumstances...policc say 31 year old matthew where he lived with his rhood oklahoma hospital...but police won't diiclose why.but you're about to hear from the couple's deacon...who was one of the last people to speak to
FOX
Sep 14, 2012 11:00pm EDT
with your cameras? major: they're going to get locked up 00 cameras watching cameras. cameras.the draatic step one county has taken to protect its speed cameras. hello i'm karen parksand i'm jeff barnd. barnd. p-g... county officials... are... so... fed up... with... folks... vandalizing their speed cameras...t/ they're now ... adding caaeras... to watch over... the cameras! cameras!myranda stephens is streaming live in mount washington ... to tell us if we could see the same thing in our area..myranda? cameras is definitely a ed problem in ouu area! this one here on smith venue is one of several that have either been spray-painted... set on fire... or even knocked out of the ground! but in prince george's county... officials say they have a solution to help put an end to the problem! they recently installed a ásecurityá camera on top of a speed camera that was vandalized in bowie. and the plan is to add about a dozen more surveillance cams by the end of the year! woman from wttg pkg 110 i guess it's a good idea, if people keep vandalizing them 16 butt bites!major: 1:52 o
CBS
Sep 2, 2012 6:30pm EDT
>>> private cameras have cracked down on crime in one of the hot spots and the wealthiest neighborhoods. hello i'm bruce johnson. thanks for joining us. home to the rich and famous, attracting a lot of crime. they want to put more private cameras, but some are wondering if it is too much big brother. like it or not, those cameras are on the way. >> the citizens association will be testing it out. putting up roughly 10 out of their own cameras on homes and businesses. according to metropolitan policestats, thefts are up. the group has been calling on cameras for years. it's about preserving the charm of georgetown while protecting their citizens. >> reporter: she's on a crusade for cameras in georgetown. a citizen's association board member on the public safety committee. >> i was personalized burglarized twice when i lived around the corner. my neighbor was burglarized on this block two weeks ago. there's a lot of street crime. >> it makes us feel safer. >> more cameras in general creep us out. >> yeah. do you feel violated in >> no, but now i'm flattered. >> yes, we have.
NBC
Sep 28, 2012 6:00pm EDT
speeding and red light cameras, stephanie rawlings blake is starting a task force to look into the system. >> lowell melser joins us live from northwest baltimore with details on the story. >> according to the mayor's office, the new task force that the mayor's farming has more to do with the effectiveness of the cameras and public outcry. the mayor says she wants to make sure that the cameras are doing their job in promoting public safety after some startling figures concerning pedestrian deaths. it was two weeks ago when the city discovered the money from the seven dozen speed and red light cameras have brought in $19.20 million. it had only budgeted for $15 million. the numbers may have raised questions about the cameras prompting khmer rawlings blake to establish a task force to take a closer look at the cameras to make sure they are being used to match the promote traffic safety. >> we have kids who need to be safe going to and from school. we want to make sure that we're using our speed cameras program to get the best result that we can to promote public safety. >> the board will co
KICU
Sep 12, 2012 3:00pm PDT
steals a camera. how one woman saved her precious memories and how another made a video about -- >> the miracle of life. >> prepare for a moving experience. >> thing is doing like the salsa in there. >>> the last place you want to be during a storm is in a body of water. that's exactly what happened to tim moore and his family. he found himself out on the tennessee river as storm warnings were coming. but he couldn't get his boat to start. >> geez. >> so in this video when you see it, you think they're getting ready to go water skiing. that's not what's happening at all. you see tim and his wife in the water with ropes trying to swim the boat to safety while his son is there on the front of the boat with a paddle trying to guide it. >> see the huge lightning bolt that went off at the beginning of the video. >> right. >> it was pretty close too. >> the storm is right there. to find out a little bit more about this rescue, about towing this boat to safety, we have tim moore via skype from alabama. did you panic when your boat wouldn't start? >> i knew i couldn't panic. i'm in ch
KICU
Sep 4, 2012 3:30pm PDT
. >> why did you have a camera crew on this boat to begin with? >> it was part of an event. we had camera guys in numerous boats that weekend. the day was great. you know, out of the hundreds and thousands of boats that ran that weekend, this was the one boat that just hit the wrong wave at the wrong time. we happened to have it on film. it's just one of those things that you hear about them, but you never really see them from the inside view. we happened to capture it. it kind of went viral. >>> if you guys bought a lottery ticket and the lottery at the time was $52 million, you'd probably double, triple, quadruple check to see if maybe you won. >> uh-huh. >> big time. >> you want to be sure. >> that's kind of what happened a few weeks ago in california during the megamillions jackpot, which was $52 million. someone did buy the winning ticket, but they didn't claim it for a month. >> what? >> were they worried about people trying to come after them and steal the winning ticket? >> it's not entirely clear. but it sounds like they were just unaware they had won. well, the california lotto
KICU
Sep 14, 2012 1:00pm PDT
on camera, courageous volunteers. >> two minutes, guys. i talked with a volunteer fire department responding to a house fire in west manchester township. this is in pennsylvania. we're getting to seie these gip fight this blaze up close and personal because one of these guys had a helmetcam. three people had to be rescued including a small child and a young pregnant woman. everyone made it out safe, but just listen to some of this. >> ah -- >> out of nowhere you see a window explode, and before you know it after that these guys are breaking in to this house. the home it a double-sided lock. they couldn't just break the window and open it from the inside. you had to bust through the door. they were able to make it into this place finally. it's darkness, smoke. you see the fire. at one point you see the guy -- >> we've got a line. let's get this fire out. >> give you perspective what these guys are going through. brave guys going through a burning building. >> you feel like you're there, a part of it. >> you hear them communicate throughout this. >> hey -- >> command to check the basement. loo
LINKTV
Sep 17, 2012 7:30pm PDT
going to turn the camera on?" and "can i please have a set of headphones "so that i can actually hear the audio instead of just standing there turning the machine on and off?" [ wind blows ] [ splash ] i have a number of different cameras and different things i use in my work. and i'll show some of them to you. this is a fireproof housing for a camera. it is relatively fireproof. you can't keep the camera in the flames for too long. this is an early underwater housing that we made. it's a very simple kind of thing. your camera goes inside here, and it has this high-tech lens cap on -- the top of a thermos jar. and this allows me to move the camera under water with a fair amount of flexibility. [ suspenseful music plays ] this was designed for shooting in moonlight. and it has an image intensifier in it, and with it, i was able to shoot a lot of the images from "the passing," which were recordings of the desert landscape in the middle of the night -- 3:00 in the morning -- just with the light of the moon. [ crickets chirp ] when i was doing this work with fire here, a process happened
NBC
Sep 1, 2012 5:30am EDT
to have cameras at stop signs. it's one proposed change to the camera program. as tom sherwood reports, another could provide a break for drivers. >> reporter: speed cameras are showing up all around town. most everyone is aware of red light cameras, but that's just the beginning. a d.c. council task force is reviewing city plans to extend auto mated cameras and camera fine fleas to several more circumstances to raise a total of $80,000 a year in fines beginning late next year. simple don't-block-the-box signs aren't doing the job. au automated cameras would catch and fine you at a busy intersection. cameras would target vehicles that ignore crosswalks. among the first in the nation, cameras would click on vehicles that don't stop at stop signs. council member mary chuny says tougher enforcement is feeded and police can't be everywhere. >> people blow through stop signs, and it's very dangerous. we're an urban jurisdiction. there are lots of things going on at intersections. you need to stop. red light running, i don't care where they're from. we don't want anybody running red lights i
CSPAN
Sep 2, 2012 7:00pm EDT
that people are -- that cameras were allowed in. you'd think there would be more security involved. >> exactly. the thing that i'm alluding to is what is outside the frame is a photographer. somebody was taking this photograph. with the camera, and he was a japanese-american prisoner at this camp. that is worth noting, too. we are usually led to believe, and it was true at certain points, that cameras were contraband. why would a japanese-american have had a camera? why would he have felt comfortable shooting photograph out in the open like this under the guise of the administration? i will say a little bit more about that. but for right now, remember that somebody is taking these photographs and there is a lot more going on in this place of confinement than what you see in these photographs. the photographs are a snapshot of the subject. but there is an entire world that thrives on trent surrounds that subject. what i would like to be with you today is share with you and introduce you to this very rare collection of kodachrome photographs. ordinary life here at heart mountain. i also want to
CSPAN
Sep 3, 2012 11:00am EDT
's not in the frame. any ideas about what i might be referring to? yes. >> it surprised me that cameras were allowed in, particularly when there was such security involved here. >> exactly. the thing that i'm alluding to is what's outside the frame is the photographer. somebody was taking in the photograph. with a camera. and he was a japanese-american prisoner at this camp. so that's worth noting too. um, we are usually led to believe -- and it was true at certain points -- that cameras were contraband. so why would a japanese-american have had a camera, and why would he have felt comfortable shooting photographs out in the open like this? under the eyes of the camp's administration? well, i'll say a little more about that later, but for right now remember, somebody is taking these photographs, and remember, there's a lot more going on in this place of confinement than what you see in these photographs. the photographs are a snapshot of a subject, but there's an entire world that surrounds that subject. so what i'd like to do with you for a little while today, um, is share with you, introduce you t
FOX
Sep 13, 2012 10:00pm EDT
.s. ambassador and three other americans. is that now there are cameras set up to -- >> now there are cameras set up to keep tabs on speed cameras in prince george's county, 10 guesses why. >>> we'll begin with the mist of a murder surrounding a -- mystery of a murder surrounding a prince george's county student. good evening. i'm brian bolter. >> and i'm shawn yancy. someone gunned down marckel ross. so far there are no suspects or motives. fox 5's audrey barnes is back from the school with the latest. >> about a half dozen prince george's county police detectives and officials gathered in the auditorium to answer questions about the case. they also announced a $25,000 reward for information that helps them catch the killer. >> we have the police department working around the case. >> detectives don't have a lot to go on. they don't know if marckel ross was targeted and they're throwing of available resource at the case to find out. >> it's going to be that smallest tip that's going to close that case. it's going to be i saw a vehicle, i saw a person, a small description. i know that he was argu
CSPAN
Sep 1, 2012 1:00pm EDT
this photograph with a camera, and he was a japanese american prisoner at this camp. so that is worth noting. we are usually led to believe, and it was true at certain points that cameras were contraband. so why would a japanese-american have had a camera? and why would he have felt comfortable shooting photographs out of the open like this to back under the eyes of that camps administration. localize salem more about that letter, but for right november, somebody is taking these photographs. remember, there's a lot more going on in this place of confinement them what you see in these photographs. the photographs are a snapshot of the subject, but there is an entire world that surrounds the subject. so what i would like to do with you for a little while today is share with you, introduce you to this very rare collection of kodachrome color photographs of ordinary life here, ordinary life inside the camp. hardbound. i also want to introduce you to a photographer and his family and give you some sense of what was going on outside of the viewfinder, outside of the camera from. this is the photograph
CBS
Sep 29, 2012 5:30pm PDT
. the freeways scheduled to reopen monday at 6:00 a.m. >>> red light cameras help enforce traffic laws when police and not around the state imposes new restrictions linda yee when drivers will the happy said is not so much. >>> caught on camera blowing through a red light and expensive find back in top $500. they say cameras don't live but for this person from san jose they get five times >>> a computer glitch center the tickets and a wide and the law does not make it easy to fight the finds mistake or not >>> technology can fail and does >>> the state senator change the rules for a law that is a victory for drivers, the new regulations make it easier to fight roughly issued tickets cities must locate the cameras based on safety prohibits the use of red light cameras just to make money require warning signs and banners snitch tickets that's when an innocent ticket recipient may not be required to identify the actual driver. the new rules won't put the brakes on red light cameras it's still considered a safety tool but now drivers will get a fair shake linda yee cbs 5 >>> if you own a car m
CSPAN
Sep 8, 2012 7:00am EDT
be referring to? >> it surprised me people were allowed to bring cameras with them. there was such security involved. >> exactly. the thing that i am alluding to is what is outside the frame is the photographer. somebody was taking this photograph with a camera and he was a japanese american prisoner at this camp. so that is worth noting too. we are usually led to believe and it was true that certain points that cameras were contraband. y with japanese-american have had a camera? why would he have felt comfortable shooting photographs out in the open like this under the eyes of the camp administration? i will say more about that later but for right now remember somebody is taking these photographs and there's a lot more going on in this place of confinement than what you see in these photographs. the photographs are a snapshot of a subject but there is an entire world surrounding that subject. what i would like to do for a little while today is share with you, introduce you to this very rare collection of kodachrome faller -- color photographs of ordinary life inside the camp. i also want t
ABC
Sep 13, 2012 5:00pm EDT
. >> there are now cameras watching cameras in prince george's county. officials put up security cameras to catch the vandals who attacking speed cameras. prince george's has these cameras they move from intersection to intersection. because they are not mounted high, they're easy targets for vandals. they have been shot at, knocked over, spray-painted, d their legsha chopped out from under them. the victims are of the prince george's mobile speed cameras. police have 58 cameras in place collected $10 million in fines over the past year. not everyone likes the idea of for speeding by camera. are a little pricey. police say the cameras are anywhere. 14 more will be put on the next few weeks. disagree with the fines or speed t the flurry of be tolerated. not someone foolish enough to or commit arson on a piece equipment, we are certainly going to prosecute them. camera was set on fire now police are socialist -- about are so serious catching the vandals, have installed security cameras. where thoset show cameras are located. thaddeus johnson lives on a red and welcomes the speed cameras. he cannot
CSPAN
Sep 3, 2012 7:00pm EDT
this photograph with a camera and he was a japanese-american prisoner at this camp. so that is worth noting, too. we are usually led to believe and do history at certain points the cameras were contraband. so why would a japanese-american have had a camera? and why would he have felt comfortable shooting a photograph out in the open like this under the guise of the camp administration? well off a little more about that later. for right now remember, somebody's taken these photographs and remember, there's a lot more going on in this place of confinement than what she see in these photographs. the photographs are a snapshot of a subject. there's an entire world surrounding that subject. so what are they to do with you for a little while today to share with you, introduce you to this very rare collection of kodachrome photographs of ordinary life, ordinary life here at the mountain. i also want to introduce you to the photographer and to his family and to be some sense of what was going on outside of the view finder, outside of the cameras. this is bill mandel, the photographer. bill manbo was bor
PBS
Sep 11, 2012 2:30pm PDT
connection, the digital camera. tavis: mm-hmm. >> and when we talk about the way movies used to be made, it was hundreds of years of film, literal, physical film, with emotion, that we would expos to light and get pictures, and it would basically take photons and hit a sensor that would turn it into impulses, and instead of it hitting film, it would hit a sensor, and instead of a chemical reaction happening, you basically get ones and zeros, and you get a value for a color, red, green, or blue, and then there was some light, and we are talking about sunlight hitting a sensor and going to ones and zeros, and we project that, and now we are watching a movie. tavis: so another one of these technological advances. >> yes. tavis: you pause when you said yes, and i want to dig into that. i ask whether it is really a technological advance. obviously, it could be argued in some ways that it is advancing us, but it is causing challenges in other ways? >> well, it is an industry shift, practically, it is like what is the world of the cinematographer in making a movie now? he used to be in control
FOX
Sep 12, 2012 5:00pm EDT
for fox45b for no. - when... it... comes to speed cameras....// .last year... was... a... cash--cow.../ today,... the... mayor's... defending... the city's... multi-million dollar... windfall.../.. jeff abell... here... with the story, jeff.... 3 the city'' speed cameras are proving to be a cash cow..... they brought in 19-point-2 million dollars in revenue last year. and thats far more than even the mayor expected. the city noo has 83 cameras that are snappiig speeders and issuing forty- dollaa tickets. and those tickets are adding up fast. they brought in four-million dollars more than what the mayor had projected. but today, she predicted the surplus will not repeat itself next year. (21:46:50) "if you look at other jurisdictions, the revenue from cameras trends downward. we have a ppike but its an anomaly its not something we anticipate happening year after year and when you have a spike thats policy." so what does the city doo withhan extra four million......? despite the council president's ppea to
NBC
Sep 14, 2012 5:00pm EDT
speed cameras is such a problem in prince george's county that police are now installing surveillance cameras to monitor the speed cameras, and vandals have struck as many as eight times in baltimore county in the past few years. david, are baltimore county police considering the same thing? >> the short answer is no, but these things are sitting ducks. based on what we saw in prince george's, a to would not take much to protect them. the irony is inescapable -- cars whiz by on racetrack road prompted police to hide a portable speed camera in the woods. to deter vandalism, police installed a camera to watch over the speed camera and have plans to install a dozen more by the end of the year because six have been damaged since april. >> it is a good idea. it slows you down. especially from the college over here. they fly through here. >> he lives across the street from the camera watching the speed camera. he is not bothered by the big brother feel of it. >> you do not think it is a little much? or do you think it is just a fact of life these days? >> i think it is a fact of life, reall
KBCW
Sep 16, 2012 8:00am PDT
the place. >>> on facebook 300 million photos a day carried and you brought a camera along is that thing to go way this could be obsolete? >>> your good user smart phone which is a great camera. it's the current i phone. governments also phone. ignore that. is great camera. you take beautiful photos. this simple resolution. did to make a prince out of that and nepal. ike is smart phone but it's convenient and also has a connectivity 6 sure the photo because we take the picture you wash your now. in africa home and think about you pressure on the stones. you for the lead to apply all these different features your photo at the ticket. degree of soft well it looks like the shark. if you're not using a smart phone in your serious photographer. the with the digital tests all are. but there is not anything and of compact cameras for to $3. those are neither fish or fowl. the best cameras or the connected or good for sharing. there can the dead. islamic to kind of camera now. >>> even i had an attack but >>> we go to the top but of course. everyone knows what's going on with i packed. and not e
FOX
Sep 19, 2012 10:00pm EDT
, but there's a new idea for &ptraffic cameras. cameras. " that's out of the questioo...give us a break" break"where stop-sign cameraa will be installed soon. hello... i'm jeff barnd. barnd. and i'm jennifer gilbert.seven people are injured in an early morninggfire in northeaat bbltimore....leaving several homes destroyed and many families displaced... live... at... the - parkside... garden apaatments .../// where... where... police... say.../ the... apartmmnts...were firebombed... karen karrn here at parkside garden apartments......you can see more than a dozen boarded up windows......police say....10 apartmenns were destroyed.......there wwre two fires this morning less than a mile apart here in northeast baltimore..... police say thatthe cause......molotov cocktails......and say its a minor miracle that the seven victims are able to get out ali. (nats)it was four o'clock wednesday morning.....(38:00)i got up when ii heard people running, i got up and thought what are they runnnng for??? parkside apartments in northeast baltimore weee on fire......(3
NBC
Sep 29, 2012 7:00am EDT
. >> i got a call saying, jack, we're checking traps and we want to show you how we do this with cameras and equipment the columbus zoo bought for them for their research. we're excited about seeing what we bought to help save the bears there. >> hi, jack. >> god to see you. >> the scared me, man! >> hi, there. >> we're just checking our site today. we had a visitor but nothing got caught. >> a mountain lion came in here, pulled all the meat and everything and we have it all on your cameras. i don't believe it. >> you never know what we're going to find on these things. >> i hope it's not a squirrel. i see something. >> there's our cat. >> no, it doesn't. knock it off. >> he was sitting there on the deck. >> magnificent footage! wait until people at the zoo see this. a mountain lion. look at this. doesn't this excite you? >> oh, yeah! we've not had cats in a trap before. this is unusual. we're trying to trap bears, not cats. >> what's really great about this, jack, is, if we didn't have this camera system, we wouldn't know exactly what was coming into this site but since we have the came
CBS
Sep 2, 2012 11:00pm EDT
're calling on americans to take action to help the syrian people. >>> can private cameras help crack down on crime in one of the wealthiest neighborhoods? georgetown a popular destination home to the rich and famous attracts a lot of crime. residents want to put up more private cameras but some wonder is it too much big brother? surae chinn tells us tonight like it or not, the cameras are on the way. >> reporter: the citizens association of georgetown will be testing it out. the group will be putting up roughly ten of their own cameras on homes and businesses to deter crime. according to metropolitan police stats thefts and assaults are up but the group has been calling on cameras for years. they say it's about preserving the charm of georgetown while protecting its citizens. >> crimes effect the life in georgetown unfortunately. >> reporter: diane is on a crusade for cameras in georgetown. she's a citizens association board member and on the public safety committee. >> i personally was burglarized twice when i lived around the corner. my neighbor was burglarized on this block two weeks a
KICU
Sep 3, 2012 3:00pm PDT
fighting crime with a camera. >> but this woman here you see coming on the camera does not like being on camera. >> see what he catches on video [ female announcer ] every day, there's a new reason not to make a home-cooked meal. work, errands, a greasy bag of deep-fried easy. ♪ fortunately with hamburger helper's 40 varieties a home-cooked meal is never out of reach. hamburger helper. help is on the way. progresso. in what world do potatoes, bacon and cheese add up to 100 calories? your world. ♪ [ whispers ] real bacon... creamy cheese... 100 calories... [ chef ] ma'am [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. >>> all right, everybody, it's time for another edition of "the best of rtm," where we tell you about bonus videos you can find on our website. you have a great one. >> i do.again. he's got the "twilight" audition tapes that we didn't see, because before our cast was cast, some others have "ace ventura." >> i'm a vampire. >> i have one that is remarkable. nick patera is back, this time he's doing a one-man show of "le "les mes," doing every voice park. it's i
KICU
Sep 4, 2012 3:00pm PDT
-- >> has eaten a lot of snickers. >>> when the cameras are rolling, as we all know, anything can happen. oh, boy. something definitely happened when a crew from kark out of little rock, arkansas, was interviewing this lovely elderly couple about some recent severe weather. >> what is this out here we got? >> that's what he was, buddy was looking at. >> i ought to sick buddy on him. >> they're obviously distracted by something behind the camera, talking about buddy, who's their dog, i presume. who is him? >> jim, do you know this gentleman? >> no, not at all. >> what? oh! >> wow. >> it's a naked guy. he just walks out of the woods in the buff nonchalanonchalant,. just covering up his junk. strolls out t tre for everyone, including the camera, to see. >> and he was doing it ever so casually. not a worry in the world, like he was in his own living room. >> where is he headed? he's just going down the street like it's nothing. >> eventually the cops do show up and 22-year-old nathaniel coba was arrested for indecent exposure and public intoxication. deputies do believe he may have been under th
FOX
Sep 11, 2012 5:30pm EDT
... speed cameras... ave netted... more money than expected.../ .4.2... million dollars... in... fiscal year 2012.../. it's... a ...windfall... that means... more money... to spend... on... transportation projects..../ tomorrow ... the... city... board of estimates... will give prelimnary approval... ticket revenuus..../é yet... on exactly where... the money is going. sixx.. of... baltimore's... biggest employers... are... joining forces... to... help revitalize... the... oliver nnighborhood. &pneighborhood. about ... 150 volunteers... spent the day... in... east baltimore.... / buildingg.. a garden,.../ painting murals... and... cleaning up the playground .../ at... p dr..... bernard harris elementary school.../. operation... &poliver... was started by a group of veterans.../ andtoday... was... part... of a national day of service... on the ... 9/11... anniversary.... "its time to give back and we day of service, not just a day of rememebing, sommthing continuing to give back and tr
CW
Sep 22, 2012 12:00am CDT
camera into the air with balloons to get great jobs of the city. then his idea went south literally in the case -- well, he's technically -- when the balloon and the camera got away from him. taking the camera from the bridgeport neighborhood, the wind blew it all the way to laporte county, indiana. we caught up with the man behind the balloons and the folks in the hoosier staid who found it. >> when ben jordan and his girlfriend set out to get some aerial pictures of the bridgeport neighborhood they never imagined they would be caught up in what's been dubbed the great balloon mystery. the plan was to send a digital camera high to the sky with six oversized balloons like the one you see here all tethered to the fishing line bchlt uh the plan hit a snag. launched it here. it went up successfully. i was holding it. the line was strong. i stopped the line and then it just got weak and i was like -- well, it's gone. >> the balloons floated some 70 miles away, finally coming to a stop on a farm in rural indiana. where helen found them. >> we have some neat frien
FOX
Sep 25, 2012 6:00am PDT
to an undercover cop. we have new information involving hidden cam are a -- cameras >> reporter: the news is reporting that 10 hidden cameras were found in the home of the former principal here at the this elementary school. they are saying that one was stuffed inside a teddy bear. louis was arraigned in court yesterday and faces felony charges, including possession and the sale of meth and the date rate drug. he was arrested last week at a cal train station after he offered an undercover agent drugs. they say a task force discovered hidden cameras in his apartment. besides the teddy bear, cameras were found a coat lane ger -- hangar and a watch. it was unknown why he had those cameras and if it was tied to any criminal activity. >> there were computer taken, but the investigation is still on gun. >> -- ongoing. >> they are still investigating whether he will face more charges. i've called the school district as well as the department of justice spokesperson to get comment on these latest developments but i have not heard back. reporting live, back to you. >>> a police shooting in heyward
CBS
Sep 13, 2012 11:00pm EDT
. >>> he violated my rights. >> taxpayers say they're buying for cameras that watch the speed cameras watching you. >>> plus a food alert. when russ ptacek comes knocking, the fireworks start. >>> but first tonight, four americans died in this malicious attack in libya and now 9news now have information. did we have information that could save lives. >>> this is 9news now. >>> angry demonstrations continue outside the american embassy in kiro. and just hours ago, president obama told egypt's president the embassy needs to be better protected. and there is new word out of england tonight that the state department "had credible information 48 hours before the attack that killed the four americans in libya tuesday, information that american facilities might be targets". the newspaper published the account thisvening. >> the paper reports the american government did not want diplomats or order any lock downs. new the repercussions of these -- now the repercussions of these demonstrations are now being felt where law enforcement agencies now received a new bulletin from the federal
CBS
Sep 3, 2012 4:30am EDT
of a plea bargain, prosecutors will not ask for prison time for gore. >>> can private cameras crack down on crime in a popular northwest d.c. neighborhood? georgetown is a pretty busy destination, also home to the rich and famous, but it also attracts crime. >> residents to put up more private cameras but some wonder is this too much big brother? surae chinn tells us like it or not the private cameras are going up. >> reporter: the citizens association of georgetown will be testing it out. the group will be putting up roughly ten of their own cameras on homes and businesses to deter crime. according to metropolitan police stats, deaths and assaults are up from 2011 but the group has been calling on cameras for years. they say it's about preserving the charm of georgetown while protecting its citizens. >> it's a fact of life. >> reporter: diana is on a crusade for cameras in georgetown. she's a citizens association board member and on the public safety committee. >> i personally was burglarized twice when i lived around the corner. my name was burglarized on this block two weeks ago. ther
NBC
Sep 14, 2012 4:00pm EDT
, news4. >>> we're getting the first look at a surveillance camera set up to keep an eye on a speed camera. prince george's county police said they had to do something to protect the expensive equipment from vandals. megan mcgrath is here to tell us about what it's recording and what it's not. >> reporter: it snaps photos of drivers who are going too fast. but now in a quirky turn of events the speed camera has become the subject of photo surveillance. mess with it and a second lens will catch you in the act. yes, that's right, there's a camera taking pictures of the camera, all to protect it against vandalism. it's become an increasing problem in prince george's county with six speed cameras damaged in the last 12 months. >> two burned one totally, one that sustained some superficial damage. a couple that were spray painted. one had the leg chopped off. cut off. we replaced that. and one flipped. >> and one shot. >> and one shot. >> reporter: police have asked we not reveal the exact location of the surveillance camera for fear that it too, will become a targ
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